Madness in the Fast Lane
In 2008, the BBC cameras filmed two Swedish sisters throwing in traffic on the M6. When shown on the BBC, nearly 7 million viewers were glued to their screens, and millions more saw it later on YouTube.
The twins met in Ireland before traveling to England. After his strange behavior caused them to be left at a service station M6, ran to the highway numerous times and were struck by oncoming vehicles, which Ursula be disabled. Sabina medical assistance was refused and attacked a police officer, when he was arrested.
The images were shocking. A preview wrote in no way miss this documentary. It opens with what is perhaps the most extraordinary material I’ve seen on television.
However, this amazing material was only part of a story even more amazing, one that could not be counted upon for legal reasons.
Two years later, this documentary reveals the complete story of the hours just before the cameras captured images of the highway, and even more chilling story of what happened for 72 hours, which left one of the fleeing sisters a crime scene after a man was stabbed in the chest.
Madness in the Fast Lane,